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Torii Kiyonaga
[Reproduction] Serving Sake in Snow, part of a triptych
1933 – 1966
Gift of Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Levey in memory of Milton Levey
1983/1.370

Torii Kiyonaga
Haifû yanagi-daru: Maid and Young Girl in a Doorway
1780 – 1790
Museum Purchase
1960/1.141

Torii Kiyonaga
Three Poems of the Dusk (Sanseki no waka): Courtesan Tying Her Sash
1785
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1948/1.162

Torii Kiyonaga
Beauties of the East as Reflected in Fashions (Fuzoku Azuma no nishiki)
1784
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1948/1.159
In this print, one of a series of ten views of "tea house" districts, Kiyonaga has depicted two women and a child strolling along the shore by the sea wall at Takanawa. A woman at left shields her eyes from the summer sun with her fan, and has her obi tied in front of her.  The younger looking companion holding her hand wears a gaily flowered kimono, which has fallen wide open.  A child walks with them, gesturing to the side of the print.  The front portion of a boat and wall of a town or temple lie behind them.<br />This is an especially well-preserved print, where even the indigo blue is still visible.
Torii Kiyonaga
Views of Ten Tea Houses: Takanawa
1778 – 1788
Museum Purchase
1960/1.143

Torii Kiyonaga
A Young Woman Carrying an Open Parasol
1783
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1948/1.161

Torii Kiyonaga
Female Figure Wearing Black Cowl
1767 – 1832
Museum Purchase
1960/1.142

Torii Kiyonaga
An Outing near Mimeguri Shrine
1787
Bequest of Margaret Watson Parker
1948/1.160
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